"A bounty of course. Tel Trevura."
"Tel Trevura is dead."
"Perhaps not."
―Balancesheet and Boba Fett[src]

A male criminal who stole a JumpMaster 5000 from the planet Svivren, Tel Trevura was believed dead by 5 ABY and had a bounty on his head at that time.


"It matches that of the JumpMaster 5000 that Trevura took at blasterpoint on Svivren."
―Balancesheet, on the crashed starship[src]

Tel Trevura was a male criminal who took at blasterpoint a JumpMaster 5000 from the planet Svivren prior to the Assembler information broker Kud'ar Mub'at's death[1] in 4 ABY.[2] Trevura's JumpMaster 5000 crashed onto a planetoid in Wild Space, and scouts later discovered the starship. Mub'at had the registry of the crash altered so Trevura was not connected to the ship. By 5 ABY, Trevura was considered dead, though he still had a bounty on his head. That year, Mub'at's successor Balancesheet revealed to the infamous bounty hunter Boba Fett that Trevura was indeed alive, and that the downed JumpMaster 5000 was Trevura's. Balancesheet traded the fact with Fett for information regarding the Niordi cyborg D'harhan, along with forty percent of Trevura's bounty when Fett took him.[1]

Behind the scenesEdit

"What's the trade?"
"The datacrad, plus fifty percent of the bounty on Trevura. For answers to some questions about D'harhan."
"Thirty percent."
―Fett and Balancesheet's faulty bargaining[src]

Tel Trevura was first mentioned in the 2012's The Essential Guide to Warfare, written by Jason Fry and Paul R. Urquhart as a guide dedicated to the conflicts in the Star Wars galaxy. Although this article states that Balancesheet would get the forty percent, Warfare says that Fett would get it. However, as Fett bargains the price Balancesheet stated at fifty percent down to forty, this article assumes that he would not want less money, and thus that the money was supposed to go to Balancesheet instead.


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